A DRIVER had a lucky escape after her car landed on its roof.

She was driving down Bardwell Terrace in Bicester when the incident happened at the weekend.

One witness said she had clipped the side of a white Maserati but had managed to escape without any injuries.

The witness described seeing emergency services at the scene 'within minutes'.

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The same person told us: “Locals argued that the [other car she crashed with] should not have been parking where it was even after 6pm when it is legally allowed.”

They added: “Locals are now petitioning to have double yellow lines the whole way along the street to avoid other incidents like that as they felt angered.”

Plans for more double yellow lines have been unveiled for several other roads in the area to stop people parking or waiting on them.

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The new road markings will be splashed across 14 roads in Bicester after 136 people had their say on the plans and only 28 made objections.

The roads so far include: Blake Road, Graham Road, Windmill Avene, Fallowfields, Green Close, Lambourne Crescent, Longfields, Maple Road and Moor Pond Close in Bicester Town and North.

Thames Valley Police were contacted for a comment but did not reply.